Following are my most recent tasting notes for the wines in question.
Chateau Leoville-Poyferre, St.-Julien, 2002 (Kosher Edition): Dark garnet, full-bodied, with soft tannins and spicy wood integrating nicely to reveal currant and berry fruits and, in the background, pleasing undercurrents of spices and licorice. Best 2007-2011, perhaps longer. Score 89. K (Re-tasted 27 Apr 2005)
Chateau Leoville Poyferre, St.-Julien, 2003 (Kosher Edition): The non-kosher edition of this wine is one of the stars of the 2003 vintage and this kosher edition, while not at that exalted level, is well worth considering. Full-bodied, with good concentration and with its firm tannins starting to integrate and opening to reveal ripe currant, black cherry and purple plums, those on a background of toasty oak. Long and generous but needs time. Best 2009-2015. Score 91. K (Tasted 22 Dec 2006)